Occult Theories About Francis Bacon

Occult Theories About Francis Bacon

A number of writers, some of whom were connected with Theosophy, have claimed that Francis Bacon (22 January 1561 – 9 April 1626), the English philosopher, statesman, scientist, jurist and author, was a member of secret societies; a smaller number claim that he would have attained the Ascension and became the Ascended Master Saint Germain.

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Occult Theories About Francis Bacon - Faked Death Theory
... Furthermore, they allege that Bacon faked his own death, crossed the English Channel, and secretly traveled in disguise after 1626 through France, Germany, Poland, Hungary, and ... had found evidence in the German Archives that Francis Bacon stayed after 1626 with the family of Johannes Valentinus Andreae in Germany ... Basil Montagu, a biographer of Bacon, states in his "Essays and Selections" Beginning early in the 20th century in the United States, a number of Ascended Master Teachings organizations began making the claim ...

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